Planners warn against cutting retirement incentives

04/22/2012 | InvestmentNews (free registration)

The prospect that Congress could cut key retirement tax incentives to boost short-term revenue has financial planners increasingly worried. Some lawmakers are considering eliminating or limiting incentives such as tax-deferred contributions for retirement accounts. The idea has drawn criticism from planners and other industry experts. "If it's not the stupidest thing that ever happened out of Washington, I can't think of one," FPA President Paul Auslander said.

View Full Article in:

InvestmentNews (free registration)

Published in Brief: